The Fukushima Lady
A Personal Story of Media Communication During the Fukushima Crisis
Please join us in welcoming Margaret Harding who will speak at the next American Nuclear Society Connecticut Section Dinner Meeting on Wednesday, April 3rd 2013. This talk will present how and why Margaret Harding became one of the key ANS spokespersons during the Fukushima crisis. She will discuss how the media functions in a crisis, how the industry’s responses helped (and hurt) public perceptions. Finally, she will cover how the event is impacting the industry – some myths and some truths.
About the speaker:
Margaret Harding has 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry – she spent many of those years at GE Nuclear Energy, departing as Vice President – Engineering Quality. She’s now a consultant to the nuclear power industry where she advises clients on a wide variety of opportunities and issues, including design and licensing, economic evaluations, impacts of Fukushima, and quality programs.
Margaret Harding received the American Nuclear Society (ANS) Special Award for excellence in media and communications at ANS’ annual meeting in Chicago in June of 2012.
- Pay Now $32 – for Section Members (Prepay only)
- Pay Now $38 – for Non-Members
- Pay Now $16 – for Student Members
So please save this date on your calendars and RSVP with your dinner selection, affiliation, and contact information by April 1st to Stephen Szarek at 860-731-6313 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Dinner choices are:
- Chicken Francaise
- Grilled Salmon with an Herb White Wine Cream
- Thin Sliced Roast Beef with au jus
- Vegetarian Stir Fry
See you there!